‘Anti-racist’ messaging makes Democratic policies less popular

‘Anti-racist’ messaging makes Democratic policies less popular

[Ed. – If this study is valid, Biden’s non-stop spiel on systemic racism may help Republicans beat him in 2024.]

A new study shows that when Democrats dive headfirst into policy messaging based on the “anti-racist” ideas of Ibram X. Kendi and Robin DiAngelo, their policies become less popular. While the Left is trying to tie this finding to white grievance and racism, the actual research doesn’t bear that out. As always, one of the hottest hot takes comes from Johnathan Chait at the New York Intelligencer. The subtext to his headline is “Guess why? because there are a lot of racists.”

That is not actually what the study demonstrates. Regardless of race, Republicans and Independents both dislike the equity messaging. They are more likely to respond positively to socioeconomic messaging, which the study characterizes as class. Of course, if any of them admitted that, they would have to give Donald Trump credit.

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